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Berlin and State Officials Review Legislative Priorities

BERLIN – Municipal officials highlighted the town’s priorities during a recent meeting with the Eastern Shore delegation. Sen. Mary Beth Carozza, Del. Wayne Hartman and Del. Charles Otto met with Mayor Zack Tyndall and members of the Berlin Town Council in December. While the town’s leaders sought support for initiatives the town is pushing, the state representatives provided updates on issues at the state level. “Thank you for your public service,” Carozza said. “You’re on the front lines and you often hear first and give us the best information so these type of forums are beneficial for both us and our shared constituents.”   To read the full story from The Dispatch, click the link below: 01/04/2024 | Berlin, State Officials Review Legislative Priorities | News Ocean City MD (mdcoastdispatch.com)

Eastern Shore Lawmakers highlight 2024 Legislation Priorities

Maryland- Ahead of an impending budget crunch, and state deficit in Maryland, Eastern Shore lawmakers are pushing for reform for juvenile justice, funding for local projects, and workforce development in 2024. Maryland State Senator Mary Beth Carozza tells 47ABC public safety is her number one priority, as she looks to introduce a suite of juvenile justice reform legislation, co-written with Wicomico County State’s Attorney Jamie Dykes. Senator Carozza tells 47ABC that the rise in crime across the state has led to bi-partisan support for reform, including from Maryland Governor Wes Moore. “We have a package of public safety bills that will address, repeat violent offenders and hold them accountable, as well as do something about juvenile crime,and that will be not just the services for juveniles, but also for those violent juveniles that we need to have some accountability there as well,” Carozza said adding “Governor Moore  asked for those bills to be shared with him, and we have done so, he is indicating an interest in working with us and we will continue to press we will do everything we can to take meaningful action on our crime bill... Excerpted from WMDT. For the full article, click below.   Eastern Shore lawmakers highlight push for legislation in 2024 - 47abc (wmdt.com)

Officials Brief Council on Upcoming Legislative Session

State Senator Mary Beth Carozza and Delegates Charles Otto and Wayne Hartman came before the Berlin Council and Mayor Zack Tyndall Monday night to share their views on the upcoming session of the Maryland General Assembly. Carozza said that one of her main priorities in the next session will be public safety and crime, and in that vein has prefiled a bipartisan public safety bill to address violent and juvenile crime and expects to receive an early hearing... Excerpted from the Bayside Gazette. For the full story, click below.   Officials brief council on legislative session - Worcester County News Bayside Gazette (baysideoc.net)

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Berlin and State Officials Review Legislative Priorities

BERLIN – Municipal officials highlighted the town’s priorities during a recent meeting with the Eastern Shore delegation.

Sen. Mary Beth Carozza, Del. Wayne Hartman and Del. Charles Otto met with Mayor Zack Tyndall and members of the Berlin Town Council in December. While the town’s leaders sought support for initiatives the town is pushing, the state representatives provided updates on issues at the state level.

“Thank you for your public service,” Carozza said. “You’re on the front lines and you often hear first and give us the best information so these type of forums are beneficial for both us and our shared constituents.”

 

To read the full story from The Dispatch, click the link below:

01/04/2024 | Berlin, State Officials Review Legislative Priorities | News Ocean City MD (mdcoastdispatch.com)


Eastern Shore Lawmakers highlight 2024 Legislation Priorities

Maryland- Ahead of an impending budget crunch, and state deficit in Maryland, Eastern Shore lawmakers are pushing for reform for juvenile justice, funding for local projects, and workforce development in 2024.

Maryland State Senator Mary Beth Carozza tells 47ABC public safety is her number one priority, as she looks to introduce a suite of juvenile justice reform legislation, co-written with Wicomico County State’s Attorney Jamie Dykes.

Senator Carozza tells 47ABC that the rise in crime across the state has led to bi-partisan support for reform, including from Maryland Governor Wes Moore.

“We have a package of public safety bills that will address, repeat violent offenders and hold them accountable, as well as do something about juvenile crime,
and that will be not just the services for juveniles, but also for those violent juveniles that we need to have some accountability there as well,” Carozza said adding “Governor Moore  asked for those bills to be shared with him, and we have done so, he is indicating an interest in working with us and we will continue to press we will do everything we can to take meaningful action on our crime bill...

Excerpted from WMDT. For the full article, click below.

 

Eastern Shore lawmakers highlight push for legislation in 2024 - 47abc (wmdt.com)


Officials Brief Council on Upcoming Legislative Session

State Senator Mary Beth Carozza and Delegates Charles Otto and Wayne Hartman came before the Berlin Council and Mayor Zack Tyndall Monday night to share their views on the upcoming session of the Maryland General Assembly.

Carozza said that one of her main priorities in the next session will be public safety and crime, and in that vein has prefiled a bipartisan public safety bill to address violent and juvenile crime and expects to receive an early hearing...

Excerpted from the Bayside Gazette. For the full story, click below.

 

Officials brief council on legislative session - Worcester County News Bayside Gazette (baysideoc.net)


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